Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) July 09, 2013
Changes in the air’s water vapor and humidity, reports water and health researcher Sharon Kleyne, are creating a global health crisis that is expected to continue indefinitely. The primary effect of these humidity changes is dehydration. Skin and eyes, because they are on the surface of the body, are more vulnerable than other body organs to dehydration caused by low or polluted air humidity. Kleyne is also concerned that the global dehydration crisis is almost completely ignored.
Sharon Kleyne is Founder of Bio-Logic Aqua Research and host of the Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water® radio show on Voice American and Apple iTunes.
Earth’s vast supply of liquid water, according to Kleyne, which evaporates into invisible water vapor, is unique in the solar system. This “breath of life” fills oceans, streams, rivers, lakes and nearly all land surfaces. Water vapor and humidity also infuses our atmosphere. Without the water and the invisible water vapor, there would be no terrestrial life.
When the water in the air - Earth’s hydrological system - is interfered or overlooked, says Kleyne, disease increases and life is threatened. According to Kleyne, nothing is more vital to health than daily fresh water absorption, both internally and externally. The body’s external surfaces require frequent fresh water moisture supplementation, in the form of water vapor and humidity.
Increasing drought, solar radiation and desertification are a crisis that significantly affects the amount and quality of the air’s fresh water vapor. In addition, technologically controlled indoor habitats; including forced-air heating and cooling, insulated windows and walls, and crowded pressurized airline cabins with recirculated air; contribute to skin and eye dehydration. Many clothing fabrics and household products contain chemicals that are dehydrating.
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